We have focused on the best movies about astrology already, but did you know that there are also some great quotes within some of Hollywood's best flicks that reflect on the zodiac. 

If you're answer was 'no', then you're in for a treat as we have a list of astrology movie quotes that will keep you interested.These movies might not be about astrology, but they ain't afraid to touch upon the subject.

From thrillers to comedies, every genre has touched on the subject. Some of them have done so with insight, others with humour. 

Here's a collection of our favourites. 

“I'm a Gemini, and Gemini’s don't believe in astrology.”
Croupier (1998) – Jack (Clive Owen) 

Clive Owen's character is a man who relies on luck more than once in this stylish story about a casino croupier who can't walk away from the thrills of late night gambling. 

“You talk as if astrology is something to be ashamed of, like witchcraft or being a Democrat.”
The Heavenly Body (1944) – Nancy Potter (Spring Byington) 

In this classic movie, this essential character stands up for astrology in the face of cynicism. 

“I'll bet you were born under Aries. Aries people are forceful, dynamic, they dote on noise. They love to bang things around.”
A Streetcar Named Desire (1951) – Blanche Dubois (Vivien Leigh) 

When it comes to A Streetcar Named Desire, there are very few faults. This quote definitely isn't one of them. 

“Lesbian?  I thought she was a Pisces.”
Bend It Like Beckham (2002) – Wedding Guest (Nina Wadia) 

A pretty hilarious reaction in an all-time great British movie. Keira Knightley plays the lead in this fantastic film, which is about women being able to do whatever they want to do. 

“It's 19 minutes after the hour, and now it's time for our daily feature: The Astrological Hour. A quick reminder - these reports are not intended to foster belief in astrology, but merely to support people who cannot take responsibility for their own lives.”
The Kentucky Fried Movie (1977) – Newscaster (Janice Kent) 

This comedy didn't take itself too seriously. It's far from perfect and probably didn't age too well, but there are many folks who do champion it as a classic. 

Variety said the movie had "excellent production values and some genuine wit". It also said that it was juvenile and tasteless. Both of those assumptions are correct.